‘Incredibly sensitive’ Harry branded William a ‘snob’ for warning him to be careful about ‘this girl’ Meghan

‘Incredibly sensitive’ Harry branded William a ‘snob’ for warning him to be careful about ‘this girl’ Meghan

July 25, 2020

PRINCE Harry was angered by his older brother’s "snobbish" tone toward Meghan Markle when he referred to her as "this girl", a new biography claims.

Their conversation came as the younger royal’s relationship with his future wife was blossoming, a new book Harry and Meghan's split from the Royal Family claims.

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“Don’t feel you need to rush this. Take as much time as you need to get to know this girl,” said William.

The new extracts – quoted in The Sunday Times – explain how Harry heard a "tone of snobbishness" that was "anathema to his approach to the world" in the words "this girl".

Finding Freedom, about her and husband Prince Harry's decision to leave the Royal Family was today published.

Harry, 35, and his 38-year-old wife now live in Los Angeles with their 14-month-old son Archie after stepping down from royal duties in March.

The extracts also include the supposed reaction of the wider royal family when Meghan first came onto the scene.

"Meghan had often been the topic of conversation and gossip among them. When she arrived in the prince's life, one senior royal referred to the American actress as 'Harry's showgirl'.

"Another told an aide, 'She comes with a lot of baggage.' And a high-ranking courtier was overheard telling a colleague, 'There's just something about her I don't trust.'"

Sensational claims made in Finding Freedom include:

  • Meghan and Harry felt "cut adrift" and were frustrated at Prince William and Kate Middleton getting the 'plum' jobs
  • The former actress moaned she had given up her life for the Royal Family
  • Prince Harry compared fronting up to the royal institution to being in front of a firing squad
  • The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were frustrated the Queen would not meet them earlier to discuss their demands

The book also claims that Meghan moaned that she "gave up her entire life for this family" and said she was "was willing to do whatever it takes" in her new role.

But it said the couple felt "cut adrift" and frustrated that Wills and Kate got plum official duties.

The couple created headlines worldwide when they revealed they would be quitting the Royal Family in January, completing their final engagements just a few months later before moving to the US.

Authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, described as cheerleaders for the pair, are said to have been given access to their inner circle to write Finding Freedom.

The biography has now claimed to give an insight into the couple's decision – with it claimed Harry and Meghan were said to be furious at taking a 'back seat' to senior royals like Charles and William.

The Sussexes moaned they’d taken the monarchy to “new heights around the world” and were held back so they did not “eclipse” the family, it’s claimed.



The book says Harry and Meghan even considered driving straight to see the Queen after returning from Canada in January because they had failed to secure an appointment with the monarch.

The Sun exclusively revealed their Megxit plans to spend more time in Canada in January.

That led to the Sandringham ­summit with the Queen which ­formalised how the Sussexes would step down.

It has previously been claimed Meghan would send emails at 5am to staff with her PA quitting after just six months in the role.

Harry, Meghan and baby Archie are now based at actor Tyler Perry’s £15million Beverly Hills mansion.

Meanwhile, the biography also claimed Meghan and Kate Middleton struggled to pass "politeness" in their relationship.

The authors of Finding Freedom say the pair had a "cordial but distant rapport" throughout Meghan's two years as a senior royal.

Body language expert Judi James previously told Fabulous things had turned "awkward" between the sisters-in-law.


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